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I have this code in which I am calling a stored procedure and that stored procedure will return 1 or 0 based upon its execution.

public async Task<int> CreateData(int id, string name)
    return await _dbContext.Database.ExecuteSqlInterpolated($"execute spname {id}, {name}");                      

Running this code, I get this error:
int does not contain a definition for GetAwaiter

What I have tried:

I checked for solution on Google and its saying I need to use .ToListAsync() at the end of the stored procedure call. But my stored procedure is not returning any list.
George Swan 6-Jul-22 2:56am    
It looks like you are awaiting a method that returns an int. It needs to return a Task.
Graeme_Grant 6-Jul-22 3:39am     CRLF
Is ExecuteSqlInterpolated meant to return an int? Could the result be null? Then it would be:
public async Task<int?> CreateData(int id, string name)

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